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The Connection

A fairly gripping tale of the heroin trade featured in “The French Connection” from a perspective across the Atlantic. Continue reading

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A weird cotton candy concoction, “Tomorrowland” seems reluctant to reveal itself to its audience. Continue reading

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Far from the Madding Crowd

A lush, great-looking adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel that sometimes struggles with depicting the human hearts beneath those Victorian frocks. Continue reading

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Kumiko the Treasure Hunter

“Kumiko the Treasure Hunter” is the sort of movie destined to be loved by critics, and not many others. Continue reading

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Little Boy

Like its protagonist, this tender little faith-based film has no friends. I guess I’ll have to do. Continue reading

REEL BOB: ‘Tomorrowland’

For a movie meant to make minds soar and imaginations spark, “Tomorrowland” is mired by a lack of creativity and inspiration. Continue reading

REEL BOB: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

With road rage, mayhem, wit and touches of grace and humanity, “Mad Max: Fury Road” will stick in your memory for a long time. Continue reading

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Ex Machina

“Ex Machina” is a moody and contemplative sci-fi thriller that is both worthy, and self-limiting. Continue reading

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A bold and innovative twist on the horror genre, “Unfriended” forces us to confront the banality of evil we all encounter online. Continue reading

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True Story

“True Story” wants to be a probing tale about the intersection of crime, truth and justice. Instead it turns into a dull succession of interview scenes. Continue reading

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